Definition of 'opener'
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This series opener finds him in Pescara. The Sun (2016)You'll definitely have huge respect for what they all do by the end of this astonishing series opener. The Sun (2016)He became the first Test opener to finish not out in both innings as the tourists won by five wickets in Sharjah. The Sun (2016)Great work for opener and showed some pinpoint passing. The Sun (2015)What an incredible opener to this series. The Sun (2013)An opener who bids two suits will therefore be unbalanced. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The detail was not confined to the period food packets and tin openers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Missed sitter but still grabbed key opener. The Sun (2009)Bangladesh lost both openers in the first four overs. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Save yourself the annoyance and anger by using a tin opener. The Sun (2014)They play back-to-back openers here on what promises to be a very special first night. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The Spanish forward settled the nerves by heading the opener midway through the second half. The Sun (2013)But who netted the opener for the home team after 73 minutes? The Sun (2015)To call this series an eye opener doesn't come close. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Again opener would bid 2NT to show the heart stopper. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Pool grabbed a deserved opener on 38 minutes. The Sun (2008)The on-loan striker headed home the opener and volleyed in a superb second to round off the scoring for the hosts. The Sun (2013)He's 4-1 with most firms to net the opener. The Sun (2015)While somewhat flatter than last week 's opener, this is still the comedy pick of the night. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'opener'
British English: opener NOUN
An opener is a tool which is used to open containers such as tins or bottles.
...a tin opener.
Definition of opener from the Collins English Dictionary
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